A potentially closed ‘ecosystem’-type market is still anyone’s game.
Tech companies are scrambling to replicate their consumer market successes in the industrial IoT sector, and quickly forge out new revenue streams.
Sluggish growth at home is pushing Chinese smartphone brands to look to Africa for growth.
Samsung has benefited the most, while the future for chipmakers is uncertain.
Two years on from their emergence, smart speakers have evolved from niche gadgets into some of the most popular devices among Chinese consumers.
Dismissed by many as a Microsoft clone, Kingsoft is both a might-have-been and a turnaround tale. We look at its story with an anonymous Chinese author.
The US move to blacklist Chinese artificial intelligence and surveillance companies has met with widespread condemnation in China.
Coding a mobile operating system is a solvable problem. But Huawei faces numerous challenges.
Layoffs, steep pay cuts, and constant comings and goings in JD’s C-suite place Alibaba’s nearest competitor in a bind.